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My 2000 4.8 silverado started making noise on both sides of engine all at once sounds like every lifter in it is making noise it quits making noise after it warms up

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If the lifters sound like they are slow to pump up, you more than likely need an oil change. Be sure to use the weight oil listed for your engine. If oil does not warrant change, change the oil filter either way.

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